After the Las Vegas massacre, groups like Everytown for Gun Safety and the Brady Campaign to Prevent Gun Violence renewed their calls for Congress to enact a universal background-check law, but their more immediate priority now is a rearguard action to keep federal gun laws where they are. The National Rifle Association, had no comment on Monday, maintaining a low public profile typical after mass shootings . . .
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